MILAN NEWS

Suso might finally get a chance at Milan after he scored a sensational brace in their 3-0 friendly win over Reggiana.
Italy continued experimenting in training ahead of Saturday’s Euro 2016 qualifier against Bulgaria.
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta believes Milan and Inter's crisis harms all of Italian football, whilst he compares Antonio Conte and Max Allegri.
Milan ultras warn they will continue their protests unless there’s a meeting with Silvio or Barbara Berlusconi.
Suso’s agent denies the ex-Liverpool winger “regrets” making the January move to Milan, but hopes “to change Pippo Inzaghi’s mind.”
Milan could send Mattia Destro back to Roma rather than take up their option to sign him on a permanent basis.
Salvatore Bocchetti’s agent left the door open for him to stay at Milan next season or return to Spartak Moscow.
Milan flop Pablo Armero could be set to move to Brazilian side Flamengo, with an agreement reportedly already reached.
UEFA's Gianni Infantino has explained the improbable circumstances that would allow a seventh-placed Italian team to reach Europe.
Former Juventus director Luciano Moggi was not acquitted from his implication in Calciopoli, but his sentence has been written off.
It appears that seventh-place will not grant Milan entry to the Europa League, even if an Italian team wins the competition.
There are reports that Poe Here Ying Wangsuo, known as Mr Pink, has agreed a deal to take over 75 per cent of Milan.
Empoli President Fabrizio Corsi says he doesn’t want to have to replace Maurizio Sarri, but would be ‘happy for him’ if we went to Milan.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani insists getting current top scorer Jeremy Menez on a free transfer “was absolutely my idea.”
La Repubblica claims Bee Taechaubol is already studying the books and will buy 25 per cent of Milan for €250m in April.
Alessio Cerci admits he “made the wrong choice” with Atletico Madrid and wants to rediscover himself at Milan.
Zdenek Zeman said Cagliari have “forgotten” how to play his football, but felt Milan’s contentious penalty was decisive.
Pippo Inzaghi said this was “the Milan I like” after beating Cagliari 3-1 to “start a new season.”
Jeremy Menez insists his ‘ear’ goal celebration was “for the media, not the fans” after Milan beat Cagliari 3-1.
Jeremy Menez scored twice – including from a non-existent penalty – as Milan saw off Zdenek Zeman’s Cagliari 3-1.